Inflammation (adenitis) of several or many glands; especially with reference to the cervical group.
Adenopathy affecting many lymph nodes.
Pertaining to or involving many glands.
Inflammation of lymph nodes with formation of small abscesses.
scleradenitis (s) (noun)
; scleradenitises, scleradenitides (pl)
Inflammation and induration (hardening or thickening) of a gland.
A salivary gland.
Excision of any one of the salivary glands, usually one of the major salivary glands, particularly the parotid and submandibular glands.
Inflammation of a salivary gland or glands; also, sialitis
Chronic nonspecific sialadenitis consists of a chronic inflammatory swelling of a major salivary gland, often characterized by recurrent exacerbations. It is sometimes the result of infection secondary to duct obstruction, for instance by a calculus.
Radiography of the salivary glands after the instillation of opaque contrast medium into the ducts. Also called: sialangiography, sialoadenography, sialoangiography, and ptyalograpy.
A disease of the salivary gland.
1. Incision into a salivary gland which may be performed to drain an abscess or to remove a calculus.
2. Excision of any one of the salivary glands, usually one of the major salivary glands, particularly the parotid and submandibular glands; also, sialoadenectomy.
1. Having an influence on the salivary glands.
2. Having an affinity for the salivary glands.
Excision of a salivary gland.
Incision of a salivary gland.
Severe inflammation of the salivary and lacrimal glands in rats, caused by a coronavirus.
Characteristics include exophthalmos, facial swelling, and redness around the eyes. It is usually self-limiting, but severe forms can lead to blindness.